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The Reagan Review · 7h ago

1, 2 & 3 John (ZECNT) by Jobes

Mark this down as another outstanding entry in an exceptional series. Jobes has provided a thoughtful, scholarly, and easy to read volume here in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary (ZECNT) ...
The Reagan Review · 3d ago

Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi–2 OTL volumes

Haggai and Zechariah 1-8 David Petersen first gave us Haggai and Zechariah 1-8 in the Old Testament Library (OTL) series. Later, he wrote a follow-up volumes  His two books have been influen...
The Reagan Review · 6d ago

The Expositor’s Bible Commentary (Rev. Ed.)–Volume 8, Daniel-Malachi

Mark me down as someone who has loved and used the earlier EBC set for years. This new set, edited by Tremper Longman and David Garland, has been one I’ve wanted to check out and this volume...
The Reagan Review · 1w ago

James (NICNT) by Scot McKnight

Scot McKnight gives us this replacement volume in the venerable New International Commentary (NICNT) series. That series was aimed at pastors originally, but has since expanded its scope for...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

Luke 3 (Hermeneia) by Bovon

Many multi-volume commentaries lose steam by the final volume. In this case, Francois Bovon carries a consistently high standard of quality to the end of this three-volume set in the Hermene...
The Reagan Review · 2W ago

1 & 2 Thessalonians (ZECNT)

The Zondervan Exegetical Commentary is quickly becoming one of my favorite commentary series. The format is ideal for pastors or students and easy to follow. It yields great insight from the...
The Reagan Review · 2W ago

Galatians (ZECNT) by Thomas Schreiner

Chalk this book up as another outstanding volume in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary (ZECNT) series that has turned out a remarkably consistent set of commentaries. This time respected sc...
The Reagan Review · 3W ago

Romans (Pillar) by Kruse

This book is one of the finest scholarly commentaries that balances its discussion to maintain great value for pastors available today. In replacing Leon Morris’s volume in the vaunted Pilla...
The Reagan Review · 3W ago

Matthew (NAC) by Blomberg

This book has gained a high reputation in the economical, pastor-friendly New American Commentary (NAC) series. Craig Blomberg has earned expert status in the scholarly world on the Gospels....
The Reagan Review · 3W ago

Pastoral Theology by Akin and Pace

Daniel Akin and R. Scott Pace team to provide us with an outstanding volume on pastoral theology. Its design is what sets it apart from others in the field. It aims at more than the “what” b...